Beautiful, romantic bungalows
What we say:
Paradise is the well-named long-timer on the southeast side of Koh Rong. The affable German manager, Rudy, explained that although he does get some backpacker clientele, he usually sells more wine than beer and customers relax to classical music and ambient soundtracks in the spectacular restaurant and lounge area made from recycled teak from the island. An elevated wooden platform overlooking the beach and hung with bamboo lamps, the restaurant serves Khmer and European food such as bacon-wrapped chicken, mango chutney, wraps and schnitzel. The bungalows are also beautiful, made with more care than many on the island, stretching up the hillside through the tropical garden. Each bungalow has a private balcony with a swing and couched lounging area, and the bathrooms are the nicest you'll find on the island with stones inlaid into the floors. While the bungalows rely on fans and sea breezes, a newly built stone house offers air-con for those who can't live without it. The whole resort is becoming progressively solar powered, meaning bungalows have light and energy throughout the night courtesy of their roof panels. There's also WiFi in the restaurant should you need to upload photos to make your friends back home green with envy. Book early if your trip coincides with any major international or Khmer holidays – this place is very popular with expats and returning visitors.
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Contact details:Koh Touch beach, Koh Rong, Southeast side, Book at the Dive Shop on Serendipity Beach Road, Sihanoukville . T: (092) 54 88 83
Email them at: firstname.lastname@example.org
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Deluxe bungalow||35 USD||35 USD||$45 for two double beds|
|Bungalow air-con private b'room||100 USD||100 USD|
|Beachfront bungalow||55 USD||55 USD||Two double beds, $65 for a beach bungalow with study|
|Family room||75 USD||75 USD||Six beds|
Added to Travelfish on: 16th March, 2011
Last visited or updated on: 20th March, 2013
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Rated 3 out of 5
Based on 1 ratings and 1 reviews
Need to shape up, it won't take much
We spent 6 days, the place looked good from a distance and indeed the restaurant/chill out area was great as was the food. The cheapest bunglaows with an inside toilets were tiny, the ones with an outside toilets were better, more spacious but with no hangers, just 2 or 3 would do. There were some problems with this place, the biggest being the beach which was dirty, there was a lot of rubbish on it including broken glass, fish hooks and plastic. There was bin which was overflowing with rubbish, sadly the rest of this beach was worse! They and the other bungalow operators need to sort this out! If they need help they should talk to their main competitor on a nearby island who have done a brilliant job On closer inspection Paradise Bunglaows needs a make over, the blue pipes running above ground do not help, they could empty your toilet paper bin if you are staying more then 2-3 days and some of the staff could do with developing a more respectful attitude towards the travellers that pay their wages.
Paradise Bungalows reviewed by meow (Total reviews: 5) on
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